Facing Foreclosure? Warning: Read This Important Message From the Federal Trade Commission


Scammers are targeting homeowners having trouble paying their mortgages!

Some scammers claim to be able to "rescue" homeowners from foreclosures, while others promise loan modifications for a fee. The Federal Trade Commission, the nation's consumer protection agency wants you to know how to avoid financial scams that could make your housing mortgage default situation go from bad to worse.

WARNING #1: Don't Get Hit by a Pitch.

"We can stop your home foreclosure!"

"97% success rate!"

"Guaranteed to save your home!"

These advertising claims are the tell–tale signs of a home foreclosure rip–off. Steer clear of anyone who offers an easy out for your mortgage payments or avoiding foreclosure.

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